At an open house last Wednesday, St. Joseph Center showed guests its new temporary headquarters at 400 Pico Boulevard in Santa Monica and plans and architects’ renderings for its new building, which will be constructed at its old location at 204 Hampton Drive.Officials also discussed the Center’s capital campaign.
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